The first one resulted in a captionless Addams cartoon from of an elderly couple canoeing on a peaceful lake. After Mr. Addams encouraged him to strike out on his own, Mr. View all New York Times newsletters. Before long he cracked The New Yorker. On Jan. Cullum quickly became a regular. Mankoff said. Cullum managed the delicate feat of finding humor when the prevailing national mood was black.
The issue of The New Yorker that came out immediately after the attacks carried no cartoons, but Mr. Then I saw your jacket. His most popular cartoon, from , showed a man addressing the family cat, which is sitting next to the litterbox.
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Authenticity Guaranteed COA with every purchase. Then I saw your jacket. Having served in Vietnam, completing more than missions as a pilot in the US Marine Corps, he joined TWA in the late s and flew commercial airliners on intercontinental routes for some 30 years.
He started producing cartoons during stopovers never, he insisted reassuringly, during flight , learning techniques from instructional books and studying the work of professional cartoonists. It had always been his ambition to be published in The New Yorker, but his early efforts were turned down. While his drawings were rejected, however, his humour was not, and the magazine passed some of his ideas to Charles Addams for illustration.
The first of these appeared in print in Addams encouraged Cullum to persevere, and he made his first sale to the magazine Air Line Pilot. Other publications including Argosy and Saturday Review also took his material. His last cartoon appeared in the issue of the week he died. Leo Cullum, who was diagnosed with cancer five years ago.